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My top record, which I could not even get a camera shot with is: 3763mhz 18x209 @ 1.71v
It really does not count w/o proof
Crashed as soon as cpu-z came on!
I think it was windows 7 beta? Yesterday I was using Windows Xp so I will reinstall that later.
O'well tomorrow is a new day i'm done for the night.
Edited by STL_OverClocker - 2/3/09 at 7:11pm
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yeah i've been dethroned but will come back nicely lolz..

3.6Ghz here i come..
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tried my best, won't even go back up to 3.6Ghz, we will see about that later on.
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haha its spelled "athlon" in the title.
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haha its spelled "athlon" in the title.
what's wrong with athlon?
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what's wrong with athlon?
no idea what his deal is.

this little thing is cool though (kill-a-watt) I have it taped up onto my desk so i can actively watch it. at idle this thing uses about 188 watts. load it goes up wicked high though.

ok I figured out the difference between the Watt and the VA. both are measures of wattage, but the VA is how much watts it's actually pulling from the wall, and the Watt it shows calculates the VA*PF to get that rating. meaning I have a horribly inefficient powersupply. (it's only about 68% efficient)

and that's at idle lmao. let's load it up and see what happens
Edited by Nenkitsune - 2/3/09 at 9:31pm
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no idea what his deal is.

this little thing is cool though (kill-a-watt) I have it taped up onto my desk so i can actively watch it. at idle this thing uses about 188 watts. load it goes up wicked high though.
what is it , wattage monitoring device?
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what is it , wattage monitoring device?
yep, it's a pretty cool thing to have. it can monitor the line voltage (from the outlet) how many amps you're pulling from the outlet. How many watts are being pulled from the outlet, as well as how many watts your computer is pulling from its powersupply (by calculating in the powerfactor, which is basically how efficient it is) and also can monitor how KWH your system uses.

it's good for monitoring ANYTHING that pulls power from the wall.

it's scary, but from 1.42 to 1.52, I go from 178 watts idle, to 210 watts idle. this thing is only 71% efficient under load, so it actually costs quite a bit of money to run...
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yep, it's a pretty cool thing to have. it can monitor the line voltage (from the outlet) how many amps you're pulling from the outlet. How many watts are being pulled from the outlet, as well as how many watts your computer is pulling from its powersupply (by calculating in the powerfactor, which is basically how efficient it is) and also can monitor how KWH your system uses.

it's good for monitoring ANYTHING that pulls power from the wall.

it's scary, but from 1.42 to 1.52, I go from 178 watts idle, to 210 watts idle. this thing is only 71% efficient under load, so it actually costs quite a bit of money to run...
Where you buy the kilo-watt from? I need that for myself.

@Trip... You might have to drop the timings on those memory sticks and make them slower around 533-667 I guess and drop the HTT Link down to about 800mhz but as far as I see the record breakers are using HTT Link @1000mhz. I don't know what other settings they used

Major testing on my part today and these Kuma's loves the cold!! Wish I had some LN2 and a pot it would be on!!

Will do more after these new sticks arrive later today and I'm making a cooler for the mosfets out of my old power supply then adding more fans so I will let ya'll know what's good..
Edited by STL_OverClocker - 2/3/09 at 11:29pm
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Where you buy the kilo-watt from? I need that for myself.

@Trip... You might have to drop the timings on those memory sticks and make them slower around 533-667 I guess and drop the HTT Link down to about 800mhz but as far as I see the record breakers are using HTT Link @1000mhz. I don't know what other settings they used

Major testing on my part today and these Kuma's loves the cold!! Wish I had some LN2 and a pot it would be on!!
I got it from newegg.

also, I got some IC Diamond from a member here. GREAT stuff once you hit a certian point. at 3.3ghz@1.42v the temps are the same as with AS5, BUT increase the voltage to 1.52v, and AS5 hits 52c, where IC Diamond only gets up to about 45-47c

anyways, this powersupply is badly taxed lmao. at 1.52v loading both the cpu and gpu, I end up pulling something like 430-450 watts of power. at a PF of only .71 it means the apparent power is up at 600 watts or something. not a good thing when it comes time to pay the bill
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